EAGLE CLARKE writes to the Scottish Naturalist (1913, pp. 271-3) that during the past autumn he and Dr. 0. B. Ticehurst with George Stout were observing migration on Auskerry (Orkneys), and that on October 3rd, 1913, a strange warbler was detected and eventually secured. This proved to be a female example of the Dusky Warbler (Phylloscopus fuscatus) which breeds in Siberia and winters in India, C...

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